Grover GP800G Strap Lock Set - Gold

Locking Strap Buttons for Electric Guitar or Bass - Gold
Grover GP800G Strap Lock Set - Gold image 1
Grover GP800G Strap Lock Set - Gold image 1
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Grover GP800G Strap Lock Set - Gold
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Secure Locking Strap Buttons

Trust your guitar to Grover Strap Locks. They keep your guitar's strap connection safe and secure, with an easy-to-use quick release design. Grover Strap Locks replace your guitar's original strap buttons and are easy to install with no instrument modifications necessary. And because they're made by Grover, you know you can count on Grover Strap Locks.

Grover Strap Locks Features:
  • Locking strap buttons for electric guitar or bass
  • Style: Gold
  • Set of two
  • Quick release design makes it easy to switch instruments during a gig
  • All hardware is provided
  • Easy installation - replaces your original strap buttons
Secure your guitar in style with Grover Strap Locks!

Tech Specs

Finish Gold
Manufacturer Part Number GP800G

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
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5/5

The Best!

I have three Gibson Les Paul models and they all have Grover's strap locking system.This is the best system I have encountered. Classic looking and well built. I use them with thick Levi straps, and they keep my guitars secure and without having to worry about accidental drops.Highly recommended!
Music background: Student
4.5/5

grover gp800g strap lock

I have been using these strap locks on acoustic guitar and dobro for many, many years and have never had a malfunction. Never dropped a guitar. Can't say the same before then. Dropped a really nice Harlow guitar and had to make two trips to a place in Mississippi to have it refinished.
4.5/5

Excellent product, beware immitations

I have over 50 guitars and basses, all fitted with Grover or Schaller (same design) straplocks. They work great for me but I've only scored them 4.5 due to a couple of caveats. See below. I've tried the Dunlop system but for me, I don't warm to them.Grover/Schaller issues:1. Beware when replacing strap buttons which had big fat screws. Take the time to plug the hole properly before re-drilling for the straplocks.2. The straplocks may work loose over time even if the screw hole was ok. I always insert the screw with a dab of glue on the threads to lock it3. You do sometimes get some mechanical squeaking noises while playing as the two parts of the lock move together. Not much of a problem but I lubricate with chapstick when recording. For this reason though, I don't think I would use these locks for acoustic (even if i could find solid woos to attach them).Lastly - BEWARE CHEAP IMMITATIONS from the far east. They rattle like heck, are made of cheap pot metal and the threads & nuts are coarse pitch so they don't grip sufficiently on thick straps.
Music background: Weekend warrior guitar & bass for 35 years
See also: Grover, Grover Guitar Strap Locks